I want to be able to speak Spanish, German, Italian, and Latin. English is my native language and I want to be able to speak the other languages I listed before I turn 18, I’m currently 12. I believe it would be very beneficial towards my career of choice, an author or an attorney or both.We are being taught Spanish right now in my middle school (against my will). I did not originally want to speak Spanish and still don’t, I think it will confuse me completely on which language I’m studying or speaking. I want to be able to talk to my friends in Latin and have them have absoluetly no idea what I’m saying. Latin is the language I most preferably want to learn. It will help me the most in a writing career.
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Languages are extremely important and as you said “very beneficial”.
Don’t worry about Spanish, it will not confuse you, it will help you.
As a latin language Spanish has a Latin based grammar , so studying it will help you a lot with Latin itself and also with other latin languages you choose to learn ( like Italian, eventually French or even Portuguese- my own language)
I studied Latin daily at high school for 3 years and it helped me a lot through law school and it inclusively improved all my other language skills.
Latin is not a colloquial language, meaning it hasn’t too much direct speech. It’s mostly used in written/indirect speech and in technical denominations so i guess speaking it would not be a very doable thing. Anyway i wish you luck with you future Latin chat :)
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